The AHA Group is a place to discuss issues of interest unencumbered by expectations of traditional theistic ideas. Our intent is to focus on the reality of life here and now.
• increase our understanding through reading, discussion, & debate,
• communicate earnestly and compassionately,
• contribute positively to each other, our families, and society,
• celebrate life and the world in which we find ourselves.
Anyone is welcome who is willing to engage in reading, discussion, and debate, within these parameters.
During fall/winter/spring, we meet on the 1st & 3rd Sundays, 12:30p.m. - 2:00 p.m., usually in Room 124. (During the summer, AHA meets at 11:45 a.m.)
For more information or to be added to the AHA email list, please email .
- Sunday, February 19th: "The Johnson Amendment, Needed or Not?" All are welcome!
Links of Interest
- American Humanist Association
- Americans United for Separation of Church and State
- Council for Secular Humanism
- Center for Inquiry
- Center for Inquiry/DC
- Freedom from Religion Foundation
- Washington Ethical Society
- Preface to Humanism Sermons, edited by Curtis Reese
- A 1927 Sermon by John Dietrich entitled "Unitarianism and Humanism"
- A 1927 Sermon by Curtis Reese entitled "The Faith of Humanism"
(The short link to this page is frederickuu.org/AHA.)